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We found 10 words, 1 kanji, and 4 examples matching '逝'
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Most common form: いく
irregular godan verb 'iku/yuku', intransitive verb
1. to go; to move (in a direction or towards a specific location); to head (towards); to be transported (towards); to reach  (see also: 来る)
2. to proceed; to take place  (see also: 旨く行く; い sometimes omitted in auxiliary use)
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death  (honorific)
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sudden death
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dying young; early death
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noun
exceptionally ugly man  (see also: イケめん; slang; jocular, humorous term; obscure term)
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セイ   い    ゆ to die, pass away   
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move
セツ   お to break, fold   おり opportunity; fold   おれる to break (intr), be folded, yield   
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キン   axe
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カ   ゲ   した below, under   くだ to descend   さげる to lower, to reduce   
cliff
hand
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そんぷ
尊父
せいきょ
逝去
たい
つつし
んで
あいとう
哀悼
あらわ
します

Please accept my condolences on the death of your father.
そふ
祖父
そぼ
祖母
ぽっくり
って
から
きゅう
みました

After Grandma's sudden death, Grandpa began to age rapidly.
ああ
かのじょ
彼女
わか
くして
ってしまった

Alas, she died young.
あに
きゅうせい
急逝
した
ねん
まえ
ぎし
義姉
ひとりけい
一人兄
のこ
した
ちい
さな
ほうしょくてん
宝飾店
けなげ
健気
まも
ってきた

Since my brother died suddenly two years ago, my sister-in-law has valiantly kept going the small jewellery store he left her.
 
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